PAST EVENTS

5 JANUARY 2020

The Last Guardians

by Adam Punzano, Joe Tucker (GB, 2017, 45’)

4 JANUARY 2020

Nomad – In The Footstep Of Bruce Chatwin

by Werner Herzog (GB, 2019, 85’)

29 DICEMBER 2019

Leviathan

by Lucien Castaing-Taylor e Verena Paravel (2012)

28 DICEMBER 2019

Our Planet – Forests

Our Planet – From Deserts To Grasslands

by Alastair Fothergill (GB, 2019, 50’ a episodio)

22 DICEMBER 2019

Awaken

by Jiawei Ning (Cina, 2017, 63′)

22 DICEMBER 2019

Smog Journeys

by Jia Zhangke (Cina, 2015, 7’)

21 DICEMBER 2019

Yao

by Philippe Godeau (Francia, 2019, 100’)

20 DICEMBER 2019

Photo Ark: Sull’orlo Dell’estinzione

by Chun-Wei Yi (USA, 2017, 54’)

17 DICEMBER 2019

Chasing Coral

by Jeff Orlowski (USA, 2015, 90′, IT SUB)

17 DICEMBER 2019

The seas of Anthropocene

Fabio Trincardi

15 DICEMBER 2019

Microcosmos

by Claude Nuridsany, Marie Pérennou (France, 1996, 80′)

15 DICEMBER 2019

Epic. The Secret World

by Chris Wedge (animation, USA, 2013)

14 DICEMBER 2019

The End of the Line

by Sidney Beaumont and Michael Bonfiglio (USA, 2016, 77, 2018)

13 DICEMBER 2019

Climate Change: the Great Challenge

by Sidney Beaumont and Michael Bonfiglio (USA, 2016, 77, 2018)

10 DICEMBER 2019

Racing Extinction

by Louie Psihoyos (USA, 2015, 90′, IT SUB)

10 DICEMBER 2019

The earth without us

An evolutionary look at the Anthropocene, Telmo Pievani

8 DICEMBER 2019

Watermark

by Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky (Canada, 2013, 90′, IT SUB)

8 DICEMBER 2019

Venice and the Anthropocene

A historical perspective, Michele Alacevich

7 DICEMBER 2019

Il popolo migratore (The Migrant People)

by Jacques Perrin, Jacques Cluzaud, Michel Debats (Italy, 2002, 93′)

6 DICEMBER 2019

Before the Flood

by Fisher Stevens (USA, 2016, 95′, IT SUB)

5 DICEMBER 2019

SAMSARA

by Ron Fricke (USA, 2011, 99′)

5 DICEMBER 2019

Six million years of human migration

Guido Barbujani

1 DICEMBER 2019

Screening I figli del Fiume Giallo (Children of the Yellow River)

by Jia Zhangke (China, 2019, 150′)

30 NOVEMBER 2019

Screening Beautiful Things

by Giorgio Ferrero and Federico Biasin (Italy, 2017, 93′)

29 NOVEMBER 2019

Proiezione Chasing Ice

di Jeff Orlowski (USA, 2012, 74′)

25 NOVEMBER 2019

Screening There Once Was An Island – Te Henua E Nnoho

by Briar March (New Zealand, 2010, 80′)

25 NOVEMBER 2019

Talk Islands of Words: Nature, Language and Extinction in Oceania by Alexander Mawyer

17 NOVEMBER 2019

Screening of the docu-film Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

by Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier (2018, CA, 88’)

17 NOVEMBER 2019

Urs Stahel in conversation with the artist Edward Burtynsky

16 NOVEMBER 2019

Screening of the docu-film Home,

by Yann Arthus-Bertrand (2009, FR, 120’)

16 NOVEMBER 2019

Lecture by Franco Farinelli,

A genealogy of the Anthropocene: the nature of modernity

6 NOVEMBER 2019

Screening of the docu-film Soyalism,

by Stefano Liberti and Enrico Parenti (2018, IT, 70’)

6 NOVEMBER 2019

Giuseppe Barbera presents Antropocene, agricoltura e paesaggio,

moderator Marcello di Paola (Aboca, 2019)

26 SEPTEMBER 2019

ANTHROPOCENE: THE HUMAN EPOCH

BY J. BAICHWAL, E. BURTYNSKY, N. DE PENCIER, CANADA, 2018

26 SEPTEMBER 2019

WRITERS AND THE ANTHROPOCENE

Marco Antonio Bazzocchi

18 SEPTEMBER 2019

The Last Male on Earth

by Floor van der Meulen, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, 2019, 72’

18 SEPTEMBER 2019

The Problem with Ivory

11 SEPTEMBER 2019

Song from the Forest

by Michael Obert, Germany, USA, 2013, 96’

11 SEPTEMBER 2019

“The environment protecting us”: perspectives from Africa

06 SEPTEMBER 2019

“That things are ‘status quo’ is the catastrophe.”

En route to a novel human ecology

28 JULY 2019

On the occasion of SOTTO LE STELLE DEL CINEMA 2019

ANTHROPOCENE: THE HUMAN EPOCH

by J. Baichwal, E. Burtynsky e N. de Pencier, Canada, 2018

23 JULY 2019

Guardians of the Earth

by Filip Antoni Malinowski, Austria, 2017, 80’

23 JULY 2019

The Anthropocene Epoch: Signatures to identify a possible stratotype in coastal and marine environments

04 JULY 2019

OTTO (2008)

GUS VAN SANT, ABDERRAHMANE SISSAKO, JAN KOUNEN, WIM WENDERS, MIRA NAIR,JANE CAMPION, GAEL GARCÍA BERNAL, GASPAR NOÉ

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04 JULY 2019

MAST HOSTS THE ACADEMY-AWARD JANE CAMPION

01 JULY 2019

EARTH
by Nikolaus Geyrhalter, Austria, 2019, 115’

01 JULY 2019

Colin Waters
The Anthropocene Epoch: the expression of human impact on planet Earth

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Edward Burtynsky, Makoko #2, Lagos, Nigeria, 2016© Edward Burtynsky, courtesy Admira Photography, Milan / Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto

26 JUNE 2019

UN ALTRO MONDO
by Thomas Torelli, Italia, 2014, 63’

26 JUNE 2019

ADRIANO FAVOLE
Cultivated and uncultivated:politics and aesthetics of the environment between Melanesia and Polynesia

19 JUNE 2019

ISLANDS OF SANCTUARY
by Christopher McLeod, USA/Australia, 2013, 57’

19 JUNE 2019

EMANUELA BORGNINO
Indigenous perspectives: nature’s rights and non-human personae between Oceania and Amazonia

14 JUNE 2019

IN THE SAME BOAT
by Rudy Gnutti

14 JUNE 2019

VINCENZO BALZANI
ANTHROPOCENE: HOW AND WHY THE WORLD HAS CHANGED

09 JUNE 2019

Repubblica delle Idee 2019
CARTOLINE DAL PIANETA MALATO

02 JUNE 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

BECOMING ANIMAL
by Emma Davie, Peter Mettler, Switzerland, United Kingdom, 2018, 78’

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02 JUNE 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

TROPHY
by Shaul Schwarz, Cristina Clusiau, United Kingdom, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, USA, 2017, 108’

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01 JUNE 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

A JOURNEY TO THE FUMIGATED TOWNS
by Fernando E. Solanas, Argentina, 2018

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01 JUNE 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

THE TRUE COST
by Livia Firth, Bangladesh/USA/ Cambodia/Cina/Danimarca/Francia/Haiti/India/Italia/Uganda/Regno Unito, 2016

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26 MAY 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

EVEREST GREEN
by Jean Michael Jorda, France, 2017

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26 MAY 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

GRINGO TRAILS
by Pegi Vail, USA/Bhutan/Bolivia/Mali/Thailandia, 2017

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25 MAY 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

ALBATROSS
by Chris Jordan, USA, 2017

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25 MAY 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

AWAKE, A DREAM FROM STANDING ROCK
by Myron Dewey, Josh Fox and James Spione, USA, 2017, 89’

Introduction by Francesco Martone (In-Difesa Di, Transnational Institute)

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24 MAY 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

SCENES FROM A DRY CITY
by François Verster, Simon Wood, South Africa-United Kingdom, 2018, 13’

PAANI. OF WOMEN AND WATER
by Costanza Burstin, India-United Kingdom, 2018, 22’

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24 MAY 2019

HUMAN RIGHTS NIGHTS – XIX EDITION

Opening of the Human Rights Nights Festival

Introduction by Marco Bazzocchi (Università di Bologna), Giulia Grassilli (Human Rights Nights)

Screening
ANOTE’S ARK
by Matthieu Rytz, Canada, 2018, 77’

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18 MAY 2019

ROUND TABLE. UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA STUDENTS INTERVIEW JOHN MCNEILL AND ARTISTS

A dialogue/interview between Bologna University students, John McNeill – environmental historian, professor at Georgetown University and AWG member – and the artists on the Anthropocene research project.

With John McNeill, Edward BurtynskyNicholas de Pencier

Carrara Marble Quarries, Cava di Canalgrande #2, Carrara, Italy 2016, photo © Edward Burtynsky, courtesy Admira Photography, Milan / Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto

17 MAY 2019

MICROPLASTICS, SEDIMENT AND OCEAN WARMINGPROCESSING THE TRANSFORMATION OF ECOSYSTEMS IN THE ANTHROPOCENE ERA

Seawalls, coastal erosion, coral reefs, progressive coral bleaching.
The contribution that images can give to our conscience.

By Juliana Assunção Ivar do Sul, Oceanographer and Member of the AWG
With Edward BurtynskyJennifer BaichwalNicholas de Pencier

Oceanographer Juliana Assunção Ivar do Sul presented her experience in the AWG and, together with the artists, illustrated how the seas are suffocating in plastics with a contamination of the food chain and how climate change affects the large coral reefs, transforming the ecosystem.

Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de PencierPanoply of Reef Life, Komodo National Park, Indonesia, 2018

Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de PencierPanoply of Reef Life, Komodo National Park, Indonesia, 2018

16 MAY 2019

PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS
ON THE TRACKS OF OUR PASSAGE ON THIS PLANET. TECHNIQUES, VIEWS, ART AND TECHNOLOGY

By Gabriele Salvatores Academy Award winner director
With Edward BurtynskyJennifer BaichwalNicholas de Pencier
The Academy Award winner Gabriele Salvatores accompanied us in a story of life, of experimentation and passion presented by the authors of Anthropocene.

Phosphor Tailings Pond #4, Near Lakeland, Florida, USA 2012. photo © Edward Burtynsky, courtesy Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto